Professor Thomas Mitchell’s Groundbreaking Land Tenure Work Improves Recognition of Property Rights for Underserved Populations Across the Country

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Nov 21, 2019 9:44:39 AM

Professor Thomas Mitchell joined Texas A&M in 2016 as a Professor of Law. He teaches property and land use courses and also serves as co-director of the Real Estate and Community Development program at the Texas A&M School of Law. While Professor Mitchell enjoys teaching, he says he has always enjoyed research, particularly when focused on broader social impacts. The primary focus of his research is real property in rural and economically disadvantaged communities, which began when he was working on his LL.M. degree at the University of Wisconsin.

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Topics: Texas A&M University School of Law, Thomas Mitchell, Natural Resources Systems, Faculty Highlights, EENRS, faculty and staff

Q&A With Professor Harry Sullivan

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law NRS Program on Aug 10, 2019 4:34:00 PM

Prof- SullivanExecutive Professor of Law, Harry Sullivan’s expertise in international oil and gas law drives his classroom focus on teaching future attorneys the importance of understanding their client’s industry business practices to achieve their complex transactional objectives. As former Senior Counsel for ConocoPhillips, and currently Assistant General Counsel for Kosmos Energy Ltd., Professor Sullivan is able to share the practical industry-focused knowledge he has acquired throughout his career in-house with oil and gas companies in his Oil and Gas Law, International Petroleum Transactions, and Oil and Gas Drafting classes. 

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Topics: NRS, Faculty Highlights

NRS Faculty Highlights

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law NRS Program on Aug 10, 2019 4:29:00 PM

vanessa-casado-perez-1-1Vanessa Casado Pérez 

  • Published “Whose Water” in Environmental Law, Disrupted (K. Hirokawa & J. Owley, eds. Forthcoming Environmental Law Institute 2019)
  • Published “From Nuisance to Environmental Protection: an  European approach”, in the  92 Southern California Law Review, 2019. 
  • Presented “Local Approach to Environmental Border Issues” at the Network of “Transnational Administrative Law” Meeting, Barcelona, Spain in May 2019 (remotely).
  • Presented “Liquid Business” at the University of Indiana at Bloomington, Ostrom Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana, April 2019
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Topics: Felix Mormann, Timothy Mulvaney, Gabriel Eckstein, Guillermo Garcia, NRS, Faculty Highlights, Vanessa Casado Pérez

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